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Bahrain fund Mumtalakat exits U.S. firm Nobel Learning Communities-CEO

Mumtalakat invested in Nobel in 2015, partnering with Manama-based alternative investments manager, Investcorp By Hadeel Al Sayegh and Saeed Azhar, Reuters News DUBAI – Bahrain’s sovereign wealth fund, Mumtalakat, has sold its investment in U.S. private education provider Nobel Learning Communities, as another U.S. school operator Spring Education Group acquired Nobel earlier this month. Mumtalakat invested in Nobel in 2015, …

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Trading places: Dubai’s non-oil trade rises, with China, India and the U.S. it’s biggest partners

Dubai’s non-oil foreign trade grew by 2 percent last year, with China, India, the United States and Saudi Arabia topping a list of the emirate’s biggest trading partners, the Dubai government’s media office said in a press release on Monday. The emirate’s non-oil trade grew by 26 billion dirhams ($7.1 billion) to total 1.302 trillion dirhams in 2017, up from …

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U.S., Ministry of Education honor STEM high school graduates

These students are the third cohort to graduate from Egypt’s STEM high schools, launched by the Ministry of Education in 2012 with support from the United States through the U.S. Agency for International Development (USAID) The U.S. government, working in cooperation with the Egyptian Ministry of Education, answered President Sisi’s recent call for a greater focus on science and technology …

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U.S.’s Mimecast data security appoints channel director for Middle East and Africa

Mimecast Limited (NASDAQ: MIME), a leading email and data security company, today announced an executive appointment to strengthen its leadership team. Jason Roos joins Mimecast from Dimension Data, as the new Channel Director and will lead the channel teams in Middle East and Africa. “Our channel partners play an essential role in how we support our customers and expand our …

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U.S.’s Juniper Networks appoints Hatem Hariri general manager, Middle East and Africa

Juniper Networks, an industry leader in automated, scalable and secure networks, today announced that Hatem Hariri has been appointed as general manager, Middle East and Africa. In this role, Hariri is responsible for all aspects of sales strategy, planning and operations across Juniper’s entire MEA business. Hariri brings 20 years of technical, sales and senior business management experience in telecommunications …

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U.S.’s SAS expands large scale decision automation in Kuwait’s Boubyan Bank

Extended agreement sees Kuwaiti bank implement credit scoring analytics to drive behavioral score cards and build risk models across its branches Boubyan Bank, a Kuwait-based Islamic bank, has taken a vital step in executing automated procedures to assess credit risk and exercise fast approvals for its customers by extending a partnership with SAS, the leader in analytics. Considered the fastest …

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Dubai Customs introduces its business model to visiting U.S academic delegation

Dubai – In coordination with the University of Dubai, Dubai Customs (DC) received a delegation of business postgraduate students from the University of North Florida, USA. The aim of the delegation’s visit was to identify the latest mechanisms, business model, and systems applied by Dubai Customs at the domestic level, particularly in the field of customs transactions and their application …

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U.S.-UAE Partnerships on Sustainability on Display during Vice President Joe Biden’s Visit to Masdar City

Today, Vice President Joseph R. Biden visited Masdar City as part of his series of official engagements with senior UAE leaders. The visit is the latest milestone in a bilateral relationship that has helped drive global efforts to foster the widespread adoption of renewable energy, the acceleration of clean technology innovation and research as well as the development of knowledge …

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